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In your page layout, you'll want to utilize SPSecurityTrimmedControls. These allow you to build up content regions and place security restrictions on them as to who can see it. <SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl ID=”SPSecurityTrimmedControl1″ PermissionsString=”BrowseDirectories” runat=”server”> <PublishingSiteAction:SiteActionMenu ...


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Install latest SP1 and run Windows update. This fixes the issue.


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check-out then check-in the page layout and the master pages , and i publish them as majot verisons and now the page layout is working well. –


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Use the Script Editor web part and include the below script on EditForm.aspx library file: <script type="text/javascript"> _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("Redirect"); function Redirect() { var mode = getURLParam('Mode'); /* var sourceURL = getURLParam('Source'); var properSourceURL = replaceCharacters(sourceURL); */ if ...


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A publishing layout is meant to provide a framework for page content. By its very nature, the layout elements are static and only the content controls can be manipulated by the user, i.e. adding text, images, links, etc.. Although web parts can be integrated into a page layout, the web part's settings will be static and not customisable. You may want ...



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